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... temporary rigs and an impromptu party gets underway every night. Hundreds of Koreans and Waygooks (foreigners) line the streets, enjoying beers from the 7-eleven and makeolli (sweet rice wine) from street vendors. The lack of entry fees is a big bonus, and ensures that the party keeps going for several hours. There often seems to be street boxing too which is fun to watch, nothing like a bit of bloodsport when you've had a skinful.
For us the night ended in a bar called ...
May 14th, 2:50AM.
Awake at an ungodly hour again. This time I'm glad because I had an action-packed day yesterday and really no chance to write in here at all. By the time we got back to the hostel at 7PM and I finished my lame school blog my body was exhausted and Spencer was already knocked out. (Spencer is my friend from UM who I'm rooming with here. FYI she's a girl).
After I finished my blog post yesterday morning I was able to go back to sleep ...
... can, HOWEVER! I am fortunate to have many wonderful friends, one of whom made a final trip to Korea possible for me!!! So yes, mother and father, I know, I now owe a little bit more money... But I'm more likely to regret something I didn't do, than something that I did!
So, on Thursday morning I flew back to Seoul. Following ridiculously detailed instructions, coupled with a set of photos (Sam and I are equally special when it comes to directions), I made my way ...
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Thats all for now folks!